Kid Tested To Celebrate 20th Anniversary With New Live Album

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Local indie rockers Kid Tested, a band that features Scene contributor Shawn Mishak, celebrate their 20th anniversary this week by releasing a full-length live 15-track album featuring songs from all of their studio albums.

Kid Tested Live from Cleveland WRUW along with an interview will stream live on WRUW’s YouTube Channel and on the Live from Cleveland Facebook page at 7 p.m. today. Kid Tested Live from Cleveland WRUW, along with a pre-recorded interview with host Rachel Hunt, will then air again from 10 to 11 p.m. tomorrow on WRUW 91.1 FM during the regular Live from Cleveland program slot.



Starting at 11 p.m. tomorrow, Kid Tested Live from Cleveland WRUW will be downloadable and streamable through Bandcamp and Spotify.

During the live interview with Hunt, Kid Tested will discuss their 20 years as a band, their upcoming fourth album, the release of their music video for the acoustic version of their unreleased song, “How We Do” and the release of their commemorative archival book featuring pictures, hand-written lyrics and other "interesting anecdotes from the past 20 years" that's due out July 21.



The video for the song, "How We Do," which was performed live in a backyard campfire setting from unreleased footage, comes out on Friday on Kid Tested’s YouTube channel.

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